Tag Archives: Biodiversity

The surrealistic colors of Bolivia’s Laguna Colorado

Laguna Colorada in Bolivia, is a shallow salt lake in the southwest region of Bolivia, located at 4,300 m above sea level and covers over 60 sq. km. The fiery red shades are caused by planktons that thrive in the … Continue reading

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Africa’s Okavango Delta ~ an ecological haven

The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta on Earth. Instead of flowing into the sea, the annual flood of fresh water flows inland, spreading over 15,000km of the Kalahari sand in a maze of lagoons and channels. The River … Continue reading

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Nature captured at its most stunning ~ The Wild Image Project

In a world of high speed technology, it’s easy to lose our connection with nature. But as humans, we’re dependent on the natural world. It’s where we draw our inspiration and many times, our sanity. Travel is often an excellent … Continue reading

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Maluku reefs have huge eco-tourism potential: Official

The Banda Islands in Maluku are home to more than 60 percent (or 432) of the world’s 700 coral species, which is why most of the province’s waters are included in the Coral Triangle, an official says. Maluku is unique … Continue reading

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Maldives Vows To Be First Carbon-Neutral Nation…

The Maldives will shift entirely to renewable energy over the next decade to become the first carbon-neutral nation and fight climate change that threatens the low-lying archipelago’s existence, the president said on Sunday. President Mohamed Nasheed said the Indian Ocean … Continue reading

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Bulgari Bali Supports Green Project

Bulgari Resort Bali joined forces with the Youth Organization and various schools to implement a plantation of 1,000 Mango Trees on the cliff top site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, already arid area which due to the dry seasons … Continue reading

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Saving the Rainforest, Rebuilding Communities, One Orang Utan at a Time

One man’s odyssey that began with his compassion for the plight of the endangered Orang Utan in the jungles of Kalimantan (Indonesia’s Borneo), has developed into a truly exemplary life-long work of deforestation, rebuilding communities, reversing the adverse effects of … Continue reading

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